Databases and search engines only match the precise terms you type in the search box with their stored information records. You may miss relevant search results if the term you type varies at all from the term used in the information record. You can greatly improve your results by using an * (asterisk) to indicate you want any variations of your search term. For example, bik* will return results that include biking, biker, bike, bikes, as well as any other words beginning with "bik".
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